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A revised thesis statement and an annotated bibliography containing a minimum of four scholarly sources on why there needs to be more women working in technology.

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Women in computing
Global concerns about current and future roles of women in computing occupations have gained more importance with the emerging information age. Historically, women played a crucial role in the evolution of computing, with many of the first programmers during the early 20th century being female.[1] These concerns motivated public policy debates addressing gender equality as computer applications exerted increasing influence in society. This dialogue helped to expand information technology innovations and to reduce the unintended consequences of perceived sexism.
  1.  Grurer, Denis (1995) "Pioneering Women in Computer Science" ACM.
  2. Jump up^ Chan, Vania; Stafford, Katie; Klawe, Maria; Chen, Grace (2000). "Gender Differences in Vancouver Secondary Students’ Interests Related to Information Technology Careers". Department of Computer Science, University of British Columbia.
  3. Jump up^ Faulkner, Wendy (2004). "Strategies of Inclusion: Gender and the Information Society - Final Report", SIGIS, University of Edinburgh.
  4. Jump up to:a b Prof Robin Williams. "Getting More Women in Computer Science and Engineering"(PDF). University of Edinburgh.

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